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hi, recently i burned a dvd from a video ts folder but when i played it back on a standalone dvd player i got gaps in the sound about ever 10 seconds like a record skip

anybody know why this is?

the original video ts files play fine on my computer

also, what does "fit to dvd compression" do?

 

 

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My guess is your standalone player is having difficulty with the brand of media you used. Try burning to Verbatim media and burn at a speed slower than best such as 4X or 8X).

 

Fit-to-DVD compression "requantizes" the MPEG video. I can't describe it but it isn't the same thing as re-encoding so there is less loss of in quality. The audio is untouched.

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My guess is your standalone player is having difficulty with the brand of media you used. Try burning to Verbatim media and burn at a speed slower than best such as 4X or 8X).

 

Fit-to-DVD compression "requantizes" the MPEG video. I can't describe it but it isn't the same thing as re-encoding so there is less loss of in quality. The audio is untouched.

Thanks man

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My guess is your standalone player is having difficulty with the brand of media you used. Try burning to Verbatim media and burn at a speed slower than best such as 4X or 8X).

 

Fit-to-DVD compression "requantizes" the MPEG video. I can't describe it but it isn't the same thing as re-encoding so there is less loss of in quality. The audio is untouched.

 

 

you were right!

it was the standalone dvd player

vlc plays the dvd fine

thanks

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